Irresponsible Gun Owner of the Day: Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez mit gatt (courtesy businessinsider.com)

That’s not how you hold a gun.

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  1. avatar Sandman says:

    TL;DR

    On a serious note, hes probably up to no good so let him do that.

  2. avatar Ralph says:

    That’s not how you hold a gun.

    It is when you’ve just used it to murder your buddy and then dumped his body two miles from my home.

    And this used to be such a quiet little town.

    1. avatar Thomas Paine says:

      ‘dudebro, i didn’t want to get my fingerprints on the handle’.

    2. avatar Ropingdown says:

      Your town has more escape routes than a Viet Cong tunnel system.

  3. avatar William Burke says:

    I’m sure Robert will take offense, though none is intended… but I LOVE when sh*t like this happens to Belichik. Or however his name is spelled. I do, however, know how to spell “Shanahan”.

    1. avatar Daniel Raidt says:

      That is just plain F****ed up logic, We are talking about someone getting murdered by this animal and all you can feel is pleasure in irritating a NFL coach. FLAME DELETED

      1. avatar Joke & Dagger says:

        Go Gators! BTW, UF is removing all traces of Hernandez from the football complex.

    2. avatar PavePusher says:

      Mmmmmm… perhaps too soon….

    3. avatar Charles5 says:

      Gotta love how people say “No Offense” and then proceed to be as offensive like as all get out and make an a$$ out of themselves.

      1. avatar Jim R says:

        My experience is that whenever someone says something along the lines of “No offense but..” or “I don’t mean to be rude but…” that’s exactly what they’re about to do.

    4. avatar Ralph says:

      @WB, I’m a Giants fan — but your statement takes schadenfreude to new depths.

  4. avatar jwm says:

    We keep seeing criminal actors being placed in the irresponsible category. They are 2 seperate categories. Irresponsible can be a momentary lapse, not a pre planned homicide.

    1. avatar Ropingdown says:

      It is a bit rich to worry about various irresponsible actions by someone alleged to have committed murder. In defense of the alleged perp, though, that thing that looks like a gun may be nothing more than a carefully-gnawed Pop Tart, in which case he’s preparing to eat the barrel. If only.

      1. avatar jwm says:

        Good for a laugh. And I just noticed, thanks to your comment was looking at the picture, is his pants low and baggy?

        1. avatar Ropingdown says:

          His pants aren’t low. His waist is high. He’s a sweet kid and wouldn’t hurt a fly. A person, yeah, but not a fly.

  5. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    Irresponsible is having an internal home security camera when you are a thug . . .

    1. avatar Gtfoxy says:

      Or “Stupid”.

  6. avatar Joe Grine says:

    It amazes me that someone who has been gifted by life in every conceivable way can piss it all away like that. What a dumb MF.

    1. avatar CA.Ben says:

      Not quite every conceivable way, I severely doubt his gifts in the IQ department.

    2. avatar Ralph says:

      Hernandez may be the first serial killer in the NFL. He’s implicated in two other murders and an attempted murder. This bum is even more deadly than Rae Carruth.

      1. avatar Will says:

        There’s even strong hints of gang association with this one.

  7. avatar Jeff says:

    God what a douchebag. I’m really ready for the dying out of the Dominican/Puerto Rican tough-guy culture (and their close cousins, the Guidos) that infests the east coast.

    At least you can spot all of them from a mile away by their hairstyles.

    1. avatar barnslayer says:

      And WTF is up with what those guys’ eyebrows? They might as well wear eye makeup.

    2. avatar Reyberto Colon says:

      You can say that again. I am puertorican and can’t stand this “cacos”.

      1. avatar Ralph says:

        Hernandez is only half PR. His mother is of Italian and Irish descent.

        1. avatar jwm says:

          PR, Italian and Irish? The hollywood trifecta of sterotypes. And then he goes and acts the part.

  8. avatar Jason says:

    Maybe he needs to use it as a hammer?

  9. avatar GC says:

    After 7 rounds in NY all you got left is a Club!

  10. avatar Roadblock says:

    This is why I do not support the NFL & NBA. The system supports overpaid athletes, gangbangers, and murders.

  11. avatar Gtfoxy says:

    Some professional athletes/ celebrities really need to not be patronized by the glorification of their jobs.

    This is a theme that is getting more and more prevalent as they are being brought up to believe they are special and proper values are non-applicable, nor proper living a requirement.

    Athelete, celebrity, politicians, they are all the same when this mindset is empowered.

  12. avatar Tod says:

    He probably just watched Yeager’s pistol whipping how to video and wants to “git him some”.

  13. avatar Ardent says:

    Well. . . I can’t tell from the still, but if his finger isn’t in the trigger guard I don’t see the big deal. I move pistols around all the time, often with other objects in my hands. Sometimes the grip on the pistol is ‘questionable’ at best, but when you live with them you have a little different feel for it. So long as the muzzle is neutral and I’m not in danger of actuating the trigger I call it a reasonable way to transport a gun from one table to another, at least in my house. If I were in a group or professional setting I’d probably go with something a little more orthodox if for no other reason that not to upset the herd or draw ire from the safety nazis.

  14. avatar chris from canada says:

    look,… he’s an over-handed shooter!!! you don’t throw a football under-handed, right? if he raised his arm over his head the barrel would be pointing the right way. this guy does 2 things over-handed,…shoot a gun and throw a ball. everything [and i do mean everything] else he does is under-handed!!! [innuendo implied LOL]
    p.s. every picture of him you can see him trying to exude confidence the same way every other maniacal sociopath hatches plots against society behind their predator eyes. he is a damaged individual that would need mental rehab for the rest of his life behind bars because he will never be anything but self-centered and self- serving in every way that pleases him. [and just so you know, yes, it takes one to know one]

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